How to use liquid stevia oil
The use of liquid stEVia oils is not regulated by the EU, and the EU is not currently planning any legislation to regulate the use of the oil.
The oil can be used to make topical preparations, topical moisturisers and in some cases it can also be used as an ingredient in hair and skin treatments.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has approved the use and distribution of stevias for skin and hair treatment, but it has warned against the risk of overuse and has not yet issued a recommendation on the use.
The EFSA said that the oil contains flavonoids and can cause irritation if swallowed.
Stevia can also cause serious side effects, such as allergic reactions, and in particular has been linked to a rise in rare and severe birth defects.
However, the EFSA has been unable to say whether the risk is linked to use in the cosmetics industry, as the companies that make the oil are not regulated.
Stavias are also used in many countries to treat infections, such to treat the common cold, and to prevent the spread of the flu.